Impossible Question September 21st – September 25th
Every weekday on the Z Morning Show, we pose our Impossible Question to the listeners of Eastern and Central Maine. Usually, our questions aren't that impossible but, it doesn't mean we can't try to stump you.
Here are the questions and answers for this week in case you missed it. Think you know the answer when we ask the question? Try to get in with your guess by calling (207) 991-9600. When you get through, try your guess out and you could win yourself a Sea Dog gift card from one of Bangor's finest restaurants. Not too shabby for a quick, fun contest, amiright?
UPDATE: Winners names will be sent to the Sea Dog and gift cards can be picked up by visiting their restaurant in Bangor. Further details will be explained once you win!
And, to all of those who have the guts to call in and prove to us that our Impossible Question is not so impossible and get it right, congratulations!
Do know that you can not win another Impossible Question for 30 days so other listeners can get a chance at getting a nice dinner on the Bangor Waterfront, too.
Congratulations to all of our winners this week, good luck to all of those who try to get in on the answer and try your luck next week 8:10 AM weekdays on Bangor's #1 hit music station, Z107.3!
Monday, September 21st
Q: A dog's heart rate increases nearly 150% when his owner does this. What?
A: Says I love you. (Heart rate increases from 67 bpm to 98 bpm).
Tuesday, September 22nd
Q: This has fallen from 637th most popular in 2018 to 660th most popular in 2019 the United States. What?
A: New babies named Karen.
Wednesday, September 23rd
Q: Kids are 40% less sensitive to this food, meaning needing more of it to get the same sense of taste, than adults. What?
Thursday, September 24th
Q: A new study found that people who do this get a small, but meaningful mental and physical health boost
A: perform random acts of kindness, more so than people who partake in things like volunteering at a soup kitchen
Friday, September 25th
Q: Students who said their parents were 'almost never' loving were six times as likely to do this. What?
A: Be a cyberbully.
Join us next week for fresh new questions. Good luck!